Monday, 26 July 2010
John Caudwells charity, Caudwell Children, held its annual fundraiser, ‘The Butterfly Ball’ in May in central London. Celebrating the charities tenth Anniversary, the black tie evening was hosted by celebrity compere Colin Jackson CBE and was attended by many legends of stage, screen and sport from across the globe.
Wednesday, 21 January 2009
On 20 January 2009 Asbestech Limited was presented with the ISO 14001:2004 Certificate of Registration by the British Standards Institution, following our successful registration to the international environmental standard on 23 December 2008. The certificate was received on behalf of the company by Diana Manthey, Management System Manager and presented by BSI Team Manager, Vanessa
Thursday, 01 January 2009
Asbestech Ltd is pleased to welcome on board Brian Stone, our new Quality Manager.
Friday, 29 August 2008
Asbestech Limited has been awarded the nationwide contract for asbestos removal and remediation services to vessels for British Waterways. This has been a long process which started in 2006, involving many meetings with the final award being given in March 2008.
Friday, 29 August 2008
Asbestech Limited are proud to announce that we have been awarded a three year measured term contract, commencing in July 2008 to remove asbestos containing materials from properties throughout Leicester on behalf of Leicester City Council.
Sunday, 01 June 2008
Asbestech have been selected by the renowned national contractor Ian Williams Ltd to be their preferred contractor for asbestos removal and abatement works for the People 1st Slough Decent Homes initiative. This central government backed initiative has been formulated to improve the standard of social housing stock throughout England to a decent standard. This entails
Saturday, 01 September 2007
Extracts from a report by Neil Macfarlane, Northern Echo 04/09/2007 A council that knowingly exposed staff at a sports centre to asbestos may have to pay out millions of pounds in compensation, legal experts warn. An unknown number of employees at Woodhouse Close Leisure Complex, in Bishop Auckland, were allowed to work unprotected for five
Tuesday, 01 May 2007
Report from bbc.co.uk Derby City Council has been fined £50,000 with costs of £20,000 after admitting asbestos safety breaches. The case follows an incident when a Mickleover school closed for several weeks after asbestos was disturbed during window replacement work. Peter Westran – who owns and runs Horizon Windows and Glass, which carried out the